Treasures of Pshonka - photo report from the house of the bloody prosecutor general
Friends, exclusive to your attention: a photo report from the house of Pshonki in the village of Gorenichi (Kiev-Svyatoshinsky district). Ancient icons and paintings stolen the Gospels, the relics of the Saints in the office, Faberge eggs throughout the house, a collection of edged weapons, numerous awards, portraits of Pshonka and Yanukovych, as well as much, much more. Further no comment ...
As if a giant pigeon flew into Pshonka’s house and crap everything in gold
UPD: 02/28/2014 "Golden Prosecutor" an artificial lake for $ 5 million and gilded sockets, - activists are shocked by the accounting department of Pshonka.
The activists were shocked by the bookkeeping found by Pshonka and incriminating evidence. Home bookkeeping, which the official did not destroy while running away from the estate, testifies to how much the landlord has been painting the walls in the house and to whom he was compromising. Despite the crazy spending, Pshonka even bothered to owe "little money."
Former Prosecutor General Viktor Pshonka * put gold-plated rosettes on his estate, painted walls with gold, raised kids and kept compromising. But despite the huge costs and incredible opportunities, Pshonka managed to get into debt, according to Censor.NET with reference to TSN.
To dig an artificial lake near Kiev (cost: 5 million. 62 thousand. 328 dollars), money was found at Pshonka. At 60 "green" for gilded sockets, the prosecutor general also paid. He built a stable for livestock for 57 thousand and a bathhouse “For Important Persons”.
At the same time, Pshonka “forgot” to pay almost 30 thousand dollars for the reconstruction of the house. The law enforcer did not pay to the bathhouse attendants - 1750 dollars. All these expenses fell precisely on the period of deterioration of the economic situation in the country.
The prosecutor’s neighbors are shocked: they cannot even afford such pillows.
In addition to debts and gilded bad taste, the prosecutor and compromising materials, for example, at the company of colleague Zakharchenko, kept at home. Notes came to him with requests to close the case, and with requests to assist in obtaining free education.
Unknown persons captured Pshonka’s house and took out jewelry. Masked men do not introduce themselves and do not name with which they are organizing.
Recall that in the estate of Pshonka they found a unique weapon that the police took away from the collector 4 years ago.